Helping Those Injured In Trucking Accidents

rucking accidents have the potential to be catastrophic because of the sheer size of 18-wheelers and other commercial vehicles. These accidents may be worse on the highways of North Dakota than anywhere else.

One North Dakota town counted the number of oversized trucks passing through every day — more than 9,000 tankers, flatbeds and semis, loaded down with gravel, sand, equipment, supplies and oil.

An Endless Train Of Trucks On Narrow, Rutted Highways

We have seen the damage caused by truck rollovers, jackknives, equipment failures and sliding on slushy surfaces. All those trucks, driving toward one another on inadequate two-lane highways, night and day, in every kind of weather — it's no wonder people are getting hurt and killed in record numbers, often through no fault of their own.

Have SKM's Vigilant Attorneys On Your Side

When a serious injury or death occurs on the oil fields or anywhere in our state, the attorneys from SKM are on the spot, saving evidence, interviewing witnesses and obtaining trucking company information.

We want to know if accidents might have been prevented by more driver training, drivers who are less tired, and vehicles that are properly loaded and better maintained.

Sorting Through Truck Collisions And Auto Wrecks

At Schweigert, Klemin & McBride, P.C., we assess the impact of negligence on clients' lives. In the best cases, victims recover and are able to return to work. Unfortunately, that does not always occur. Many victims of 18-wheel crashes are catastrophically injured — crushed, burned or killed.

Our lawyers know how urgent it is to your family that restitution be made. Whatever you face, we will face it with you. Our experienced personal injury attorneys will fight for you wherever you are in North Dakota, and also in South Dakota, eastern Montana and Minnesota. We will do our utmost to obtain the compensation that is your due.

Contact Our Firm Today

Call the Bismarck truck accident attorneys at Schweigert, Klemin & McBride at 701-214-4449, or write us using our online form.